With another tropical system heading towards Melbourne, a lot of thunderstorms have been rolling in off the Atlantic. FEC train 107 is about to race through the Hessey Ave crossing as it heads so... (more)
FEC 905 coming back north with 432. It seems that 422 and 432 have been the favorite motors on this job for a while now.
Movements of Fortress LNG Tanks
FEC 101 doing it's thing. Sun angles are swinging around allowing shots here again.
FEC 107 and FEC 103 sit in the Palm Bay siding with train 202 as the southbound FEC train 101 races past. A summer thunderstorm is clearing out towards the Atlantic, with just a light rain fallin... (more)
The daily FEC train 222 lumbers out of Miami dodging VTUS services heading north for Jax.
Florida East Coast 507, sporting the Hurricane Logo at Frontenac, FL on February 08, 1997.
FEC 422 leads the local from Bowden Yard in Jacksonville to its first stop in St. Augustine.
FEC 915-26 goes about its switching duties for the day at the New Smyrna Beach Yard.
FEC 101-29 screams southbound over Spruce Creek just north of New Smyrna Beach.
FEC 222 starts it's northward journey out of Miami.
Train 226 operated by engineer RC Browning maneuvering through the San Sebastian river marshes. The tan building on the left side in the distance is the original corporate offices of the Florida E... (more)
FEC 202 prepares to depart the yard.
FEC 109 rumbles through the Virgin Trains USA Fort Lauderdale Station. The track furthest right is used for wide loads.